Cybaeus (Araneae: Cybaeidae): the adenes species group of the Californian clade.

  title={Cybaeus (Araneae: Cybaeidae): the adenes species group of the Californian clade.},
  author={Robb Bennett and Claudia Copley and Darren Copley},
  volume={4711 2},
Species of North American Cybaeus L. Koch (Araneae: Dictynoidea: Cybaeidae) are common moist-forest spiders classified in Holarctic and Californian clades. Here we review the adenes species group of the Californian clade. We recognize nine species: Cybaeus adenes Chamberlin Ivie, C. amicus Chamberlin Ivie, C. auburn Bennett spec. nov., C. grizzlyi Schenkel, C. pearcei Bennett spec. nov., C. reducens Chamberlin Ivie, C. sanbruno Bennett, C. schusteri Bennett spec. nov., and C. torosus Bennett… 
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